ABOUT US

KURIOSIS Team Photo - Berlin´s Best Poster Shop!

Welcome to our Cabinet of Curiosities !

 

✓ Over 1000 5 Star Reviews on Etsy, Google Maps, Trustpilot

✓ Printed in Berlin at our Atelier.

✓ Made in Germany to Order.

✓ UV-resistant Japanese archival inks, fine art paper, and 100% cotton canvas.

✓ Fast Shipping Worldwide in a protective cardboard tube.


My name is Maryna Bittencourt and I am a treasure hunter.

For many years, I curate the largest collection of vintage posters in Berlin. We print on demand high-quality posters at flea markets, design markets, and art markets around Germany. We produce everything ourselves at our atelier at Sonnenallee 90, 12045 Berlin with Made in Germany quality.


We only use acid-free, museum-quality fine art paper for the art reproductions. We also print on heavy 400g cotton canvas which sets us apart from our competition. Our printers are Made in Japan and use the latest chromolithography technology (pigment ink, UV-resistant, and waterproof).


We believe that by shining a new light on the past, we can show you these historical masterpieces and iconic artworks in a new way.  Our mission is to bring you new art every month and at an affordable price. 

 

Our poster collection includes Antique Illustrations, Art Prints, Anatomy Posters, Astronomy Posters, Birds of America from James Audubon, Botanical Posters, City Maps, Country Maps, Ernst Haeckel Prints,  Japanese Art, Sea Life Posters, Transportation & Science Posters, World Map Posters, Oriental Art, Vintage Posters, and much much more!

 

Maryna Bittencourt, owner of Kuriosis

MARYNA, Owner & Founder

 

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CONTACT US:

KURIOSIS Vintage Prints & Posters in Berlin
Maryna Bittencourt - Kuriosis.com
Sonnenallee 90
12045 Berlin
Germany


Telephone:  +49 (0) 176 8800 2385 / 176 3691 8933
Email: info@kuriosis.com
Umsatzsteuer-identifikationsnummer: DE320093141

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The future belongs to the curious.